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comment How to cite an article from Arxiv using bibtex
@ErelSegalHalevi: there is no "should", since I don't think it is standardized. But I generally just put the arXiv id such as arXiv:gr-qc/XXXXXXX or arXiv:XXXX.XXXX Remember, absent an actual style guide from a journal, the main goal of the bibliography is to make the references findable by readers. The arXiv id (properly formatted) is sufficient to uniquely identify a pre-print, so it is generally good enough.
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The accepted answer is specific to BibTeX, therefore it is reasonable to assume that the OP was using bibtex in this question.
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comment bibliography in Beamer
In particular, your mention of \printbibliography seems to indicate that you are using biblatex instead of bibtex? The answer above is based on the assumption that bibtex is used (see the comments on the OP).
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@Bakuriu: please ask a new question. In the question include a full MWE, indicate how you compile the file, and give the exact error. (I am pretty sure the sentence "You cannot use \bibliography outside the preamble" is not the actual error shown to you.)
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@Bakuriu What in the world are you talking about? See the BibTeX user guide.
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